Alondra Garza | Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Alondra Garza

Image
Portrait of Alondra Garza

Faculty
Alumni
’21

Title
Adjunct Faculty
Education
MFA, Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Alondra M. Garza is a Tejana/Tex-Mex artist. She was born on the Mexican side at the Rio Grande Valley borderlands of Mexico and South Texas and obtained dual citizenship as a Mexican American. Garza received a BFA at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley with honors and an MFA at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. 

Her work has been exhibited internationally across the U.S., Mexico, and Italy. This includes a Solo Exhibition at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Group exhibitions at YAG/Garage in Italy, Mia (Minneapolis Institute of Art), The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, The Museum of Fine Arts in Brownsville, TX, and mural commissions in Mexico. Her work is part of the private collection of The University of Minnesota Chicano & Latino Studies, by being awarded an emerging artist grant. She has been commissioned by CLUES and Lake Street to make work for the first Day of The Dead Parade in Minneapolis. She has additionally attended a class at New York Academy of Art with Vincent Desiderio in New York City.